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  1. Hello, any thoughts on this? A Grallator, from Portland Formation, South Hadley, MA. 6 inch by 5 inch. It looks like other Grallator tracks that I've seen for sale, but it seems very distinct--more distinct than other prints I've seen for sale. Most seem to need highlighting to bring the print out, but this is very clear without any highlightingwhich makes me a bit suspicious. So, an opinion of whether it looks legit rather than a carved one would be much appreciated. Thanks
  2. DanKurek

    Portland Bone ID

    G'day everyone! I reccently returned from a fossil trip to Portland, VIC searching for pliocene shark teeth and bones. Dad and I came back with some nice stuff but I also found this bone that has had me stumpted. Most bones collected from the site are fragmentary but this one appears to be whole but I have no idea what it is from. The bone is 30mm long, around 5 -6mm wide and very thin (Around 1mm probably a bit less) The fossil is pliocene in age, fossils found from the site include: Shark, fish and ray teeth, cetacean teeth and bones, terrestial mammal teeth and bones and rare av
  3. DanKurek

    Hemigaleidae Teeth?

    G'day Everyone! I would like some help identifying these shark teeth I found in Portland, VIC around 5 months ago. These fossils are Pliocene in age and come from the Portland Limestone I believe. They have been sitting in my collection for a while and I have become increasingly interested in them. I have done some research and believe they are some kind of Hemigaleidae shark teeth. I would like to confirm this because there is very few Hemigaleidae fossils recorded in Australia. Thought I would get the community opinion. Thanks, Dan
  4. DanKurek

    Portland Fossils ID

    G'day everyone! I have going through some of my Portland finds and had a few pieces I needed some help with. The first piece is what I suspect is a drumfish tooth, which I am fairly confident with but wanted a second opinion and the second piece is what I believe to be some sort of fish or shark dermal plate? I am not quite sure and this is the piece I need the most help with. The site is aged late Miocene? to early Pliocene and is a marine environment where many shark, cetacean, fish and invertebrate fossils can be found. Thanks, Dan 1. Drumfish tooth
  5. DanKurek

    Diodon formosus

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  6. G'day everyone! I have just returned from a two day fossil trip to the town of Portland, Victoira. We visited three sites and were hunting for vertebrate and invertebrate fossils and came back with a pretty decent haul. This trip my dad and I were mainly focused on collecting vertebrate material as it is quite hard to come by around Melbourne. Day 1 My dad and I left home at 9:00 am and started our four and a half hour journey to Portland, right on the other side of the state. We arrived at around 2:30 at a beach near Narrawong to look for shark teeth. We had hear
  7. FreeRuin

    Possible Batrachopus Track

    From the album: FreeRuin's Finds

    It looks the part of a Batrachopus footprint (missing a toe) with the proper size and location but I cannot say for sure. Hartford Basin Portland Formation Western Massachusetts
  8. FreeRuin

    Unknown Plant Fossil

    From the album: FreeRuin's Finds

    Pretty sure it is not an ichnofossil, but with two leaflets on the rock I don't have much to ID it from. Hartford Basin Portland Formation Massachusetts
  9. FreeRuin

    Asymmetrical Ripple Marks

    From the album: FreeRuin's Finds

    Marks left by the movement of a river or stream in the early Jurassic. Hartford Basin Portland Formation Massachusetts
  10. FreeRuin

    Mud Cracks Imprint

    From the album: FreeRuin's Finds

    Multiple cracks made from the drying of mud, probably near a seasonal body of water Hartford Basin Portland Formation Massachusetts
  11. FreeRuin

    Small Footprint

    From the album: FreeRuin's Finds

    Either a small footprint or a partial one I believe it to be a Grallator due to its shape and size. Picked it up while hiking. Hartford Basin Portland Formation Massachusetts
  12. FreeRuin

    Mud Crack Imprint

    From the album: FreeRuin's Finds

    A mud crack preserved in the shale, I determined it not to be an ichnofossil due to more that turned up in the rock. Hartford Basin Portland Formation Massachusetts
  13. carmanlr

    Fossils Near Portland?

    I just moved to the Portland area and I'm trying to find somewhere to look for fossils nearby. When I say nearby I wouldn't mind driving an hour or so. I just want to find something close enough that I can drive there and spend most of the day looking and then head home. I'm not looking for any specific kind of fossils. And I don't mind looking on the Oregon side or the Washington side. I went to a creek a few days because I found a list that said I might be able to find petrified wood. When I arrived it didn't look like a place where I would find anything and sure enough I left empty handed.
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